“The Gold Diggers’ Song (We’re in the Money)” is a song from the film Gold Diggers of , sung in the opening sequence by Ginger Rogers and chorus. The lyrics were written by Al Dubin and the music by Harry Warren. It became a standard and its melody is well known.
"The Gold Diggers' Song (We're in the Money)" is a song from the Warner Bros. film Gold Diggers of , sung in the opening sequence by Ginger Rogers and chorus. The entire song is never performed in the movie, though it introduces the film in the opening scene (wherein the performance is busted up by the police).
May 05, · After the opening credits, the movie jumps straight to Ginger Rogers singing "We're in the Money" (called "The Gold Diggers Song" to tie the sheet music to the movie) while a bevy of beauties clad only in body stockings and giant gold coins dance around her. We're in the money, we're in the money;Author: Mythical Monkey.
The We're in the Money (The Gold Diggers Song) The silver dollar has returned to the fold. With silver you can turn your dreams to gold. We're in the money. We've got a lot of what it takes to get along. We're in the money. The skies are sunny. Old man Depression, you are through. You've done us wrong.